Dewey and His Logical Support Team

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First to work my way through his acknowledgements in Logic, The Theory of Inquiry

  Preface
  Forerunner content in Studies in Logical Theory, Essays in Experimental Logic, and How We Think
  Peirce’s “continuum of inquiry”
  A.F. Bentley
  George Herbert Meade
  Dr. Sidney Hook
  Dr. Joseph Ratner
  Dr. Ernest Nagel
  Chapter I: The Problem of Logical Subject Matter (pp. 1-22)
  Hume, David 12n, 39,151,154,245,251, 451
  Mill, J.S., 12n,38, 81,144-145,154,,158,,258-260,266 seq.,325-6,355-8, 376, 382, 442 seq.,457, 469, 516
  Peirce,C.S, 9n,12,14,156,468, 470
  Chapter II. The Existential Matrix of Inquiry:Biological (pp. 23-41)
  Francis Bacon, 38
  Hume, David 39,151,154,245,251, 451
  Mill, J.S., 12n,38, 81,144-145,154,,158,,258-260,266 seq.,325-6,355-8, 376, 382, 442 seq.,457, 469, 516
  Rignano, 27-28
  Chapter III. Tje Existential Matrix of Inquiry: Cultural (pp. 42-59)
  Ogden and Richards, 53
  Richards, I.A. ,53
  Chapter IV. Common Sense and Scientific Inquiry (pp. 60-80)
  Hogben, L. 73n
  Chapter V. The Needed Reform of Logic (pp. 81-100)
  Kant, I.: 81,111,154,189,416,518
  Darwin, C.,92
  Joseph, J.W. 82
  Zeno, 92
  Chapter VI. The Pattern of Inquiry (pp. 101-119)
  Kant, I.: 81,111,154,189,416,518
  Newton, Sir Isaac, 116,127, 197,204,398,455
  Chapter VII. The Construction of Judgement (pp. 120-138)
  Bradley, F.H. 133
  Johnson, WE, 125.
  Newton, Sir Isaac, 116,127, 197,204,398,455
  Chapter VIII. Immediate Knowledge: Understanding and Inference (pp. 139-158)
  Hume, David 151,154,245,251, 451
  Peirce,C.S, 9n,12,14,156,468, 470
  Kant, I.: 81,111,154,189,416,518
  Mill, J.S., 12n,38, 81,144-145,154,158,,258-260,266 seq.,325-6,355-8, 376, 382, 442 seq.,457, 469, 516
  Russell, B.A.W. 154-155
  Chapter IX. Judgements of Practice: Evaluation (pp. 159-180)
  Dirac, P.A.M, 176
  Chapter X. Affirmation and Negation: Judgement as Requalification (pp. 181-198)
  B. Bosanquet, on interrogatives
  Kant, I.: 81,111,154,189,416,518
  Newton, Sir Isaac, 116,127, 197,204,398,455
  Sigwart, C. 187
  Chapter XI. The Function of Propositions of Quantity of Judgement (pp. 199-219)
  Newton, Sir Isaac, 116,127, 197,204,398,455
  Chapter XII. Judgement As Spatial Temporal Determination: Narration-Description (pp. 220-244)
  Chapter XIII. The Continuum of Judgement: General Propositions (pp. 245-263)
  Hume, David 151,154,245,251, 451
  Mill, J.S., 12n,38, 81,144-145,154,158,,258-260,266 seq.,325-6,355-8, 376, 382, 442 seq.,457, 469, 516
  Chapter XIV. Generic and Universal Propositions (pp. 264-282)
  Hughes, Percy, 278n
  Mill, J.S., 12n,38, 81,144-145,154,158,,258-260,266 seq.,325-6,355-8, 376, 382, 442 seq.,457, 469, 516
  Chaper XV. General Theory of Propositions (pp. 283-310)
  Chapter XVI. Propositions Ordered in Sets and Series (pp. 311-327)
  James, Wm., 317n,333n, 518n
  Mill, J.S., 12n,38, 81,144-145,154,158,,258-260,266 seq.,325-6,355-8, 376, 382, 442 seq.,457, 469, 516
  Chapter XVII. Formal Functions and Canons (pp. 328-348)
  James, Wm., 317n,333n, 518n
  Chapter XVIII. Terms or Meaning (pp. 349-370)
  Bridgman, 364
  Jevons, W.S., 366
  Mill, J.S., 12n,38, 81,144-145,154,158,,258-260,266 seq.,325-6,355-8, 376, 382, 442 seq.,457, 469, 516
  Chaper XIX.: Logic and Natural Science: Form and Matter (pp. 371-393)
  Dewey, J.,374
  Mill, J.S., 12n,38, 81,144-145,154,158,,258-260,266 seq.,325-6,355-8, 376, 382, 442 seq.,457, 469, 516
  Whitehead, A.N., 391 N
  Chapter XX : Mathematical Discourse (pp. 394-418)
  Kant, I.: 81,111,154,189,416,518
  Mead,G.H., 417n
  Newton, Sir Isaac, 116,127, 197,204,398,455
  Poincare’,R., 408
  Ratner, J., 409
  Zero, 412
  Chapter XXI : Scientific Method: Induction and Deduction (pp. 419-441)
  Darrow., K., 438
  Chapter XXII: Scientific Laws–Causation and Sequences (pp. 442-462)
  Hume, David 151,154,245,251, 451
  Hogben, L. 456n
  Mill, J.S., 12n,38, 81,144-145,154,158,,258-260,266 seq.,325-6,355-8, 376, 382, 442 seq.,457, 469, 516
  Newton, Sir Isaac, 116,127, 197,204,398,455
  Chapter XXIII: Scientific Method and Scientific Subject Matter (pp. 463-486)
  Mill, J.S., 12n,38, 81,144-145,154,158,,258-260,266 seq.,325-6,355-8, 376, 382, 442 seq.,457, 469, 516
  Peirce,C.S, 9n,12,14,156,468, 470
  Spinoza, B. 495
  Chapter XXIV: Social Inquiry (pp. 487-512)
  Conford, F. N., 488
  Hogben, L. 489n
  Chapter XXV: The Logic of Inqury and Philosophies of Knowledge (pp. 513-535)
  Mills Logic
  James, Wm., 317n,333n, 518n
  Bradley, F.H. 533
  Bishop Berkeley 526
  T.H. Green – Critique of Sensationalisitic Empiricism
  Mill, J.S., 12n,38, 81,144-145,154,158,,258-260,266 seq.,325-6,355-8, 376, 382, 442 seq.,457, 469, 516
  Kant
  William James – Principles of Psychology

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